Saturday, December 10, 2016

Variety!

A show biz term and bible/ newspaper, also the spice of life!
Excuse the reference please all of you religious types, but Variety is to Show Business as WWD, Women's Wear Daily is to the fashion industry their BIBLE!
It means it has what is needed to know about those important trades.
And so I had the pleasure of dealing with both when I once had a life, ha!
Rolling Stone Mag is to the music industry too!
Just thinking...WSJ, Wall Street Journal is to the financial industry, JAMA, Journal of American Medicine for physicians... and on, and on we could go.
I suspect that most feel a kinship to their enterprises access to all the latest and greatest information, but I am more than sure that most are now accessible online, hmm?
Or they wouldn't exist any longer.

Moving on...

Just made our early reservations to go out for our anniversary, this year for dinner at a comedy club. Visani's right here in our little ole town, has been hailed as having great food and entertainment, five stars by most all customers' reviews, and they are on Yelp and other review sites, would you believe?
Greg Morton is the show's comedian that night and he is billed as a whining cross between Jerry Seinfeld and Jerry Lewis!
He has been on many shows like Comedy Central, Byron Allen, and is described as "Mr. Standing O", so he sounds like someone to look forward to for laughter and quite an enjoyable evening!
We have celebrated our anniversary so many different ways over the years, this will be our forty-sixth, and although we have been to comedy clubs before we have never been for an anniversary dinner and show, we had been to dinner shows that are Broadway type productions with dinner.

 Greg Morton should be just what the doctor ordered!

One year we even took the mystery dinner train and I do believe that was the most interesting one to date.
Although, our fifth anniversary on board a docked ship restaurant where we both ordered whole lobsters, not just the tail, which I would only order since then, because I went to cut into mine and it landed on the floor and the server/waitress then asked if I wanted another, damn straight I did!
Those were the days, it did seem quite expensive to us then way back in 1976, but even though I don't recall its price it was more than likely not cheap, sure did want another, and my embarrassment of the incident was halted with my pure determination to get my dinner, but I never used foul language then to attain another. Hubby even then said they probably they just brought me back the same one dusted off!
Who knows...
Ah... life, and sweet variety!

On that note of who knows what when, allow me to be the very first to wish all of you a very happy good night and ask you all to kindly count all your blessings and share all your overages with you know whom and we will too!

And next time please be here or be square, ya hear!










 
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